Food at Olo is exceptional and represents new Nordic cuisine in the best way. But a few things rub me the wrong way. The entrance to the restaurant is through between the back of the counter with the order machine and cashier station and the kitchen. The restaurant room has been improved with some soft surfaces that soften (somewhat) the echo but for a restaurant of this caliber used by business people, the tables are too close to each other and set up like in a bistro. You can hear the whole conversation of any table in the room. The bread that is brought to each person with alot of pomp and pretentiousness - whippedbutter and a bowl of water, tomato and oil for soaking ? - is huge in comparison to the size (small) of the different dishes. Although it is annoying to have your conversation interrupted constantly to describe the dish, I appreciated that a Swedish speaking waitress slipped in for the task when they noticed that was the language we were speaking. Service was excellent especially for Finland. But I 'm taking away points for the third rate art for sale on the walls complete with big tacky labels - one was just at the level of my dining companion'S head and did not fit in at all with the dining experience.
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